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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by doctorwayne, May 22, 2006.
on the Grand Valley. I hope you'll find it enjoyable.
AHHH!!!just what the DR. ordered!:thumb: THANKS! doctorwayne!!!:thumb: BTW, is there a "doctorwayne Fan Club"? if so...I WANT TO JOIN! words can NOT describe YOUR work, and LAYOUT:thumb: . THANK YOU doctorwayne!
Great as always! I especially like the Airline Jct. Tower. What is that green structure behind the train with all the raillings and walkways?
Great Photo Wayne. We are sure enjoying your work & photo's.:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
hi doc---great shot wayne---even though i've seen this scene many times,your picture from this angle gives a very unique overview of the location---outstanding !!!!! when's our next photo session????
Another awesome shot!:thumb: :thumb:
Thanks to all for the kind words.
Ralph, that tower is an old kit from AHM. The structure in the background is a coal dealership, named for a friend. It's scratchbuilt, although I did use Walthers styrene brick sheets for the main office. The main girders and the stairways are from Central Valley, roof trusses are built up from Evergreen styrene angles, and the siding is by Campbell.
Here are a few more views from the other side.
The Main Gate
As seen from the Team Track siding
And a view from across the tracks
And finally, as seen from the "Highline", with the "Northern Lights" in the upper left background
I see how it works now. Nicely done Wayne! Modelers don't always think to include the office part of such an industry like you did. I like that last photo of the long switching lead into the structure!
hi doc---i'm sure your friend is honoured to have an industry named after him on such an outstanding layout---those pictures are amazing---i want to join your fan club too